Falling Star (Shooting Stars #2)

FALLING STAR                                                TERRI OSBURN

Naomi Mallard is a fixer by nature. And as PR manager for Nashville’s Shooting Stars record label, she’s facing her biggest fix: redeeming country music bad boy Chance Colburn. But in Naomi’s eyes, a police record and a stint in rehab are the least of Chance’s sins. He has spent his life running from demons and making tabloid headlines that have sent his career into a tailspin. Now he’s struggling to find his muse and maintain his newfound sobriety, all while counting on the woman he once betrayed to repair his tattered reputation.

Naomi is determined to keep their relationship strictly professional, but that’s not easy when an unexpected injury forces the former couple into disturbingly close proximity. Will mending their once-broken relationship be Naomi’s best save yet? Or will Chance’s past wreck any hope for a future together?

PAT'S REVIEW

This is the second book in the author’s rising star series. I must say I liked this book as much as I liked the first book. The female character Naomi Mallard is a PR manager for shooting stars records, and she is their go-to women to fix whatever or who is the problem. Her problem is Chance Colburn who after a stint in rehab is trying to get his career back on track, but he has not been able to write anything for the upcoming recording session and he is beginning to worry. He has never been able to write a song, which is what he is known for, well that and drinking, getting arrested and you get the idea. Now showing up at a honk-tonk listening to music and being with a friend. He sees the one person that he messed up with and is wondering if there would be any way he could fix it with her. Naomi is at the bar because her new boyfriend singer is playing singing that night. When she spots Chance she is worried that he is drinking and goes to confront him and when the music stops after one song for a break and Chance does like the way he grabbed her and now has him up against the wall. Naomi ever the fixer, gets Chance out and fixes this one. The story takes off from her and you realize there is more to their story. Like Carly Pearce song “Hide the Wine”, there’s not enough good wine or cheap wine for this story because they are drawn to each other like a long slow drink. It is not until Chance faces the demons of his childhood that he begins to make progress with her and he still might lose her. One thing though he is writing, which is more important the music or the girl? Read this wonderful book and find out. I like the characters in this book also. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 5 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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